Over the last 5 months, Anderson .Paak has gone from little known hometown favorite to nationally renowned R&B architect, and he’s now got a new record deal to show for it.
Last night in a celebratory Twitter video featuring Dr. Dre himself, Paak announced that he’d signed to Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment, after making several appearances on Dre’s comeback album, Compton, including a scene-stealing performance on “All In a Day’s Work,” which also featured Dre and Marsha Ambrosius. .Paak joins the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Eminem and more at Dre’s Aftermath label.
Aftermath gets the last laugh 💨🍃🍂🍃 pic.twitter.com/Byu9ELOXtZ
— Andy (@AndersonPaak) January 31, 2016
In his own right, .Paak recently released an album of his own, Malibu, which you can stream below. Malibu is an exhilarating mix of both in-pocket jams and sonic experiments from the Oxnard, California native, featuring production from 9th Wonder and Hi-Tek, and appearances from Rapsody, ScHoolboy Q and more.